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Spooky Tooth - 1968 - It's All About


Spooky Tooth are an English progressive rock band principally active, with intermittent breakups, between 1967 to 1974. In recent years, the band has been reconstituted at various points, and continues to perform occasionally. Crucial to their sound was their instrumentation; they were one of the few acts within the rock forum of the time to adopt the twin keyboard approach (both an organ and a piano player) alongside The Band (whose "The Weight" was recorded by Spooky Tooth as a single in 1968), Procol Harum, and Mott the Hoople. They formed in October 1967, out of a combination of The Ramrods (1960 - late 1963), The V.I.P.'s (late 1963 - April 1967) and Art (April — October 1967). The line-up changed several times, but typically was Mike Harrison (keyboards/vocals), Greg Ridley (bass guitar/vocals), Luther (Luke) Grosvenor (guitar/vocals), Mike Kellie (drums), and Gary Wright (organ/vocals). They formed in October 1967, out of a combination of The Ramrods (1960 - late 1963), The V.I.P.'s (late 1963 - April 1967) and Art (April — October 1967). It's All About is the 1968  debut album of the band. The album was originally released in England by Island Records. The American version of the album, entitled Spooky Tooth, was originally released on Bell in 1968. It was reissued in 1971 as Tobacco Road.

01 - Society's Child
02 - Love Really Changed Me
03 - Here I Lived So Well
04 - Too Much Of Nothing
05 - Sunshine Help Me
06 - It's All About A Roundabout
07 - Tobacco Road
08 - It Hurts You So
09 - Forget It, I Got It
10 - Bubbles

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